Children of the Earth (Artist Proof) [Framed]

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Serigraph, Artist Proof, Edition I of IX

2002

Framed

 

“The pacific spirit run, 10km (6.3 Miles) run through the University of British Columbia Endowment Lands (Pacific Spirit Park), was and annual fundraising event for local hospital charities. It continues today, though it has been renamed. The first year didn the design for the run was 1990, so 2001 was the twelfth consecutive year I supported the event by designing a signature image to be used for fundraising purposes. Each year I produced a limited edition print of the design, and on a few occasions. Children of the Earth, as a limited-edition serigraph. I continued to support the evolving foundations work with an original design every year.

 

As with all previous images for the Pacific Spirit Run, Children of the Earth relates directly to the event. The design also represents motion and the feeling of people coming together to achieve a common goal. The four different human faces represent multi-cultural diversity and illustrate our connection and the communication thread we share.

 

To explore the image further in more dimensions, I carve a yellow-cedar spindle whorl of the same image and combined it with glass components to emphasize the meaning. I believe we are all children of Mother Earth.” One Family” and I hope this message is visually conveyed through my imagery. The red glass dome in the center of the piece represents the bloodline of all the peoples, as do the forms spiraling from the center of the faces that represent humanity from all four corners of Mother Earth.”

 

 

Susan Point

                                                                                                Seekers & Travelers (Book)

                                                                                                Gary Wyatt, 2012

37 x 37 x 1.25"

$2,100.00 CAD

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Serigraph, Artist Proof, Edition I of IX

2002

Framed

 

“The pacific spirit run, 10km (6.3 Miles) run through the University of British Columbia Endowment Lands (Pacific Spirit Park), was and annual fundraising event for local hospital charities. It continues today, though it has been renamed. The first year didn the design for the run was 1990, so 2001 was the twelfth consecutive year I supported the event by designing a signature image to be used for fundraising purposes. Each year I produced a limited edition print of the design, and on a few occasions. Children of the Earth, as a limited-edition serigraph. I continued to support the evolving foundations work with an original design every year.

 

As with all previous images for the Pacific Spirit Run, Children of the Earth relates directly to the event. The design also represents motion and the feeling of people coming together to achieve a common goal. The four different human faces represent multi-cultural diversity and illustrate our connection and the communication thread we share.

 

To explore the image further in more dimensions, I carve a yellow-cedar spindle whorl of the same image and combined it with glass components to emphasize the meaning. I believe we are all children of Mother Earth.” One Family” and I hope this message is visually conveyed through my imagery. The red glass dome in the center of the piece represents the bloodline of all the peoples, as do the forms spiraling from the center of the faces that represent humanity from all four corners of Mother Earth.”

 

 

Susan Point

                                                                                                Seekers & Travelers (Book)

                                                                                                Gary Wyatt, 2012

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